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Europcar is offering a guaranteed free upgrade from economy to compact rentals booked for collection between 03 March* 2008 up to 02 July 2008 through

Book today and complete your holiday with easyJet and Europcar. Offer must end at midnight on 04 March 2008 .

Dont think this has already been posted but apologies if it has.

Hope it helps someone out who has booked with these between the required dates.

Enjoy ;)
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I did this over the weekend, for some reason it gave me a group C car for a group A price rather than a group B price - ie a golf was cheaper than a punto!! I am paying 120 ish for a megane estate for 5 days at Turin, next best price was 170
Still £70 more than HolidayAutos for 11 days in August for Ireland!
50% more for me! Then add on Collision Damage Waiver and excess damage waiver is not allowed!

Their Terms are unbelievable. AVOID!

Unless Europcar is able to recover the cost of its damages from an identified liable Third Party, the renter/driver is liable for all damages to or loss of the vehicle occurring during the course of the rental. This liability can generally be waived against payment of a fixed charge per rental day. It should, however, be noted that for those renters who have taken out such protection, a residual non-waivable amount will be applied in the event of damage to or loss of the vehicle.

Autoreisen are the best for T&C's and price. CDW & EDW are standard.
Looks a good deal to me. Post does state only for collection before July 2nd, so for August in Ireland... As for T&C's, in my experience seems fairly standard to me - "unbelievable" seems a bit over the top. If you're worried about EDW, best way to go is for a yearly deal for about £40 through Quidco. As for Autoreisen, only ever used them in Spain - do they have coverage elsewhere in Europe?

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